The first ethnic Chinese astronaut to fly into space, 72-year-old Taylor Wang (王赣骏), has emphasized the need for Chinese-U.S. collaboration on future missions to Mars.
Twelve days after the government gave its approval for an Indian mission to Mars, India for the first time celebrated its 65th independence day from space.
The annual monsoon season brings joy to the wild peacocks in Pakistan’s Tharparkar desert. But it was short lived this year as a deadly disease spread like wildfire across the desert.
ISRO is preparing for its 100th mission with the launch of its four-stage Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle next month.
The Indian government gave its approval late on Friday for a 2013 mission to Mars.
Australia will be the first country to receive signals from NASA’s 900 kg Curiosity Mars Rover when it initiates its risk-ridden entry, descent, and landing maneuver on Monday.
In a major boost to tiger conservation in the country, India’s Supreme Court, in a landmark judgement delivered on July 24, banned tourism in the country’s 41 tiger reserves.
A new study has revealed that tens of thousands of wild birds exported from the Solomon Islands have been laundered into the global wildlife trade by declaring them as captive-bred.
Early on Saturday morning, JAXA’s unmanned cargo spacecraft, Kounotori 3, berthed at the International Space Station.
History was created at the international space meet, Cospar 2012, when U.S. and Chinese space scientists finally shook hands and decided to explore ways of collaborating in space exploration.